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Continuing to use MUSE, what should I be concerned about?

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Feb 18, 2020

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Hey gang, I have zero coding skills but have been able to build out some cool sites using MUSE. 

I want to continue to use MUSE but what should I be concerned about if Adobe is no longer going to develop and provide support for Muse? 

 

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Continuing to use MUSE, what should I be concerned about?

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Hey gang, I have zero coding skills but have been able to build out some cool sites using MUSE. 

I want to continue to use MUSE but what should I be concerned about if Adobe is no longer going to develop and provide support for Muse? 

 

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You should be concerned that

1. One day you may update Windows or Mac, and your software no longer works. This is a real risk and can happen on minor automatic updates.

2. One day it may not be available to download in Creative Cloud. At that point, if your computer had to be repaired or replaced, you can’t run Muse. 

3. You may need a strategy very quickly for what to do if you can’t run Muse and you need to update a site urgently. 

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Very good websites are put together with Muse, in a few years HTML may be updated and browsers will change support.

2 years ago I updated one of my websites: https://www.tierrasvivas.com/en/

Now I just edit it with Dreamweaver

Tierras Vivas is an experienced and professional Peru adventure tour operator founded in 2006.

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Feb 23, 2020

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great! in this trip u use ayahuasca?

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The code  Muse generates has not been updated in years.  Meanwhile, the web and browsers are constantly changing.  Eventually, Muse generated sites are going to fail in one way or another.  Keep testing your sites on multiple devices and browsers.  When the failures become unacceptable, you will need to rebuild your sites with other software.  Although, if the sites are important to your business and reputation, you should make every effort to rebuild before the failures occur.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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